Where are face coverings required?

Places open to the public shall mean a place which the public has access, including, but not limited to, business establishments, public streets, public parks, common areas of buildings and properties, and such other places where the public is free to go. Face coverings are required in any indoor location (excluding one’s home or residence) when not maintaining social distancing from other persons. Face coverings don’t need to be worn outdoors unless you can’t maintain a physical distance of six feet from others. If you can keep the physical distance, a face covering is not needed when you are outside walking, exercising, or otherwise outside.  

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1. Why is the City of Cocoa requiring me to wear a mask in public?
2. When did the emergency ordinance requiring face coverings go in to effect and when will it expire?
3. What are the City limits of Cocoa? Does this apply to all of Brevard County?
4. Who is required to wear a face covering?
5. Where are face coverings required?
6. Are there exceptions to wearing a face covering?
7. How will this ordinance be enforced?
8. If I don't have a mask, where can I get one?
9. What is a face covering defined as?
10. What do I need to present to businesses if I fall into an exception category for the emergency ordinance?
11. Are government entities or non-profits exempt?
12. Do I need to wear a mask when I am exercising?
13. Do I need to wear a mask if I am simply walking down the street?
14. How do I report a business that is not following the emergency ordinance requiring patrons to wear face coverings?
15. What can I do as a business owner to help enforce this ordinance?
16. Do I have to wear a face covering while I am eating?
17. What should I do if I see someone without a face covering?
18. Are face coverings required to come inside a City facility?